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Research and Development Tax Credit

R&D Tax Credit American Innovation

Each year the US government provides billions of dollars to innovative American businesses for developing new or improving existing technologies, products, materials, and processes, under the Research & Development Tax Credit (R&D) program. The US wants jobs in the US not on other shores, this is the purpose of the R&D Tax Credit.

The R&D Tax Credit is a general business tax credit under the Internal Revenue Code section 41 for businesses that incur research and development (R&D) costs in the United States. The US R&D tax credit has been in existence since 1981. R&D remains a valuable source of support to businesses that conduct qualified research and development.

We utilize unmatched engineering and tax expertise – allowing clients to have a full protection under the law throughout the entire R & D Tax Credit process. Our mission is to allow American innovators to make more money, reduce their tax bill and ultimately help fuel the American economy.


People typically do not think of research and development when they think of banks, retailers, brokers, insurance companies, hedge funds and financial service companies. However, many of these companies have large IT departments that are developing software for their own operations. That development can qualify for a very significant tax incentive: the research and development tax credit.

R & D Case Studies

Architectural and Engineering Firm
Annual Revenue $11,000,000
tax credit / cash refund
Software Developer
Annual Revenue $11,000,000
tax credit / cash refund
Architectural Firm
Annual Revenue $10,000,000
tax credit / cash refund
Manufacturer/Machine Shop
Annual Revenue $12,000,000
tax credit / cash refund
General Contractor
Annual Revenue $200,000,000
tax credit / cash refund
Our focus is entirely on finding value for our clients

We get great satisfaction from recovering that value for our clients and subsequently forging the kind of relationship that allows us to find further ways to collaborate.

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